Inverness Airport INV Information
Inverness Airport INV
Dalcross Inverness Airport is the gateway to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, Scheduled flights operate between Inverness and London Gatwick, London Luton, Amsterdam, Belfast City, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Stornoway in the Western Isles, Kirkwall in Orkney and Sumburgh in Shetland, plus seasonal flights to Geneva, It is located about six miles east of the city of Inverness with accommodation to suit every pocket Bed and Breakfast, hotels and a hostel, Many of the major attractions of the Highlands are within one hour's drive of Inverness and all of them are within two hours drive, this makes Inverness Airport a superb access point for all visitors.
Dalcoss has the Highland Aviation Museum Ltd, it was formed in 2005 by the museums curator and current owner Mr James Campbell and is manned primarily by an enthusiastic team of volunteers and the RAF on hand to help with expert advice on restoration, aircraft strip downs, and the movement of aircraft when needed The Museum is open every weekend from 10:00am to 16:30pm, April through to November, and the summer months between July through to September during weekdays, Here you can find unique facilities with access to many if not all of the aircraft and the cockpits (weather permitting), Also at Dalcross you can find Dalcross Castle Built by Simon, first Lord Lovat, in 1620 and held by the Lovat Frasers until 1703 Dalcross Castle then became the home of the Mackintosh Clan. In 1746 Dalcross was the rallying point for Cumberland's troops who quelled the Jacobite uprising at the Battle of Culloden,